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CODE4LIB  February 2007

CODE4LIB February 2007

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Job: Digital Initiatives Librarian: Miami University (Ohio)

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John Millard <[log in to unmask]>

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Position: Digital Initiatives Librarian

Miami University Libraries, Oxford, OH, has an opening in the Digital
Initiatives Department for a Digital Initiatives Librarian. We seek a
self-motivated, energetic, service-oriented, flexible team-player
with a can-do attitude who is interested in applying information
technology to library services; someone who can embrace an
environment of continual improvement and change in an organization
that strives to stay close to the cutting edge of technology. This
position reports to the Head of Digital Initiatives.
Responsibilities include and are not limited to: providing project
management of selected digital collections and projects including
oversight of production, quality control, metadata, access and
delivery and maintenance; Coordinating the efforts of library staff
working with users of the Miami University Institutional Repository,
currently under development; Actively seeking out and recruiting new
user communities and content for the repository in collaboration with
library staff; Participating as an active team member and developer
in the building, maintenance and technical support of the repository;
Investigating new and innovative ways to create, organize, and
deliver online collections to clients; actively seeking out
opportunities to work with stakeholders in the creation of digital
collections and services; participating and contributing to the
Libraries’ team organization.

Requirements include a graduate library degree from an ALA accredited
institution; flexibility working in an environment of continual
change and the ability to foster that in others; ability to work
independently as well as with all levels of staff and library
customers; strong project management skills; knowledge of current and
evolving digital library standards and best practices; Knowledge of
database technology, OCR/digital imaging standards and practices,
HTML editors and web publishing, and interface design; strong
computer knowledge and experience with multiple operating system
platforms, especially Unix/Linux; demonstrated skills and interest in
applying technology to library services; strong written and oral
communication skills; initiative and ability to conceive and carry
out projects; ability to meet the Libraries’ requirements for
promotion and continuing contract. (Librarian Appointment, and
Promotion System: http://www.lib.muohio.edu/about/larps.pdf)

Highly Desirable: Knowledge of institutional repository platforms
like Dspace, Fedora, or ProQuest Digital Commons; Knowledge of web
application frameworks like Java, Ruby on Rails, Tomcat; knowledge of
humanities technologies and standards such as XML, EAD, TEI and text
markup; knowledge of computer programming and scripting languages
such as C, Java, Perl, PHP.

Environment:
Miami University Libraries, Oxford, OH, has a strong tradition of
public service and of building collections that support the
university's education and research activities. The Libraries contain
over 2.5 million volumes, including an extensive collection of
government documents and microforms, and subscribe to over 13,000
serials and 100+ electronic databases available via MiamiLINK, the
library web system. They serve 850 teaching and research faculty,
16,000 undergraduates and 1,000 graduate students. The Libraries have
46 professionals, 58 support staff, belong to OCLC, CRL, SPARC, and
are active members of the OhioLINK consortium.

Rank and Benefits:
This is a full-time twelve month appointment at the rank of Assistant
Librarian. Rank and salary are based upon experience and
qualifications. Benefits include Blue Cross/Blue Shield, major
medical, dental and term life insurance. Ohio Public Employees
Retirement System or alternate Retirement Program (ARP).

To Apply: Submit letter of application, resume and name, address,
telephone number, and email address of three professional references
to Judith A. Sessions, Dean and University Librarian, King Library,
Miami University, Oxford, OH, 45056. Review of applications begins
March 1, 2007 and will continue until the position if filled.

Please go to the following URL to view this full position
advertisement online: http://www.lib.muohio.edu/employment/

“Miami University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Campus Crime and
Safety Report – www.muohio.edu/righttoknow. Hard copy upon request.”

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